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Submitted by newsguy 729d ago | review

OCZ Vector 256GB SSD Review (Maximum PC)

Maximum PC: Say hello to what most of us would have considered the new OCZ Vertex 5 SSD: the OCZ Vector 256GB SSD. That’s right; this isn’t some offshoot, sub-par asynchronous NAND-using bargain basement drive, but OCZ’s new benchmark-busting flagship SSD, and the first to use the company’s very own Indilinx Barefoot 3 controller and firmware rather than a modified Marvell or Sandforce controller like its previous drives. Since the drive uses OCZ’s own controller, it ditched the Vertex branding and went with an all-new name, hence the Vector badge. (OCZ, PC, PC hardware) 9.5/10

mpctips  +   729d ago
I'm digging the 5-year warranty.

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